One of the great things about any Stampin’ Up! Event is the product previews and samples.  I love being inspired by the projects that their design team c creates.  Last year they had the Sweet Shoppe- food inspired projects using Stampin’ Up! products.  This year, they used the Grow theme and created a Product Park.  It was wonderful.  Picture count for this area- 88 photos!  I won’t share all 88 but you’ll certainly see plenty of them.  Keep in mind, all images are copyright Stampin’ Up! and credit should be given to the talented artists at Stampin’ Up!

Since our convention theme was Grow, there were plenty of flowers on hand.  Many are made using our selection of Big Shot Dies and punches.  

The Product Park was broken into areas representing each of the various Product Suites in the current Idea Book and Catalog as well as the upcoming Holiday Mini Catalog.  Here is the Beau Chateau product area, a farmhouse setting.

The little chicks and chickens were fun to me!

 More flowers, these are made using the Fleurettes II and buttons.  They’ve also wrapped the fabric around the flower pots.  I might have to do something similar for Tessa’s garden birthday party.

 More chickens.  Even some in the “coop.”

 Halloween ideas using Frightful Sight Designer Series Paper.

The Letters to Santa Product Display.  Wouldn’t it be fun to take over the desk in your home for something similar at Christmas?  I like the idea of displaying Christmas cards on the paper chains.  Another idea I may be using in my home this year.

 A ribbon display hanging above the Product Park.

 The Paisley Petals Product Suite.

 Flirtatious Product Suite, I love the giant rosette flowers!

 I love the simplicity of the tea towels.  I think these would make great gifts.  I might even think about making some as hostess gifts (hint, hint!  Come host a show!)

 Here is the area I found particularly inspirational since it was a setting for a 7 year old’s birthday celebration.  Tessa will be 7 in August and a Garden Gnome Party is in the works.  These products are built on the Just Add Cake Designer Series Papers.  Look at all those Demonstrators enjoying the displays!

 The Timeless Portrait Suite:

 I loved this fun flower display using old boots.

 Another fun use of rain gear, something we have an abundance of in Seattle!

 Berry Blossoms Designer Series Paper

 Nursery Nest products:

 Domestic Goddess Product Suite:

Spoiler Alert!!  Here are some products found in the Upcoming Holiday Mini Available September 1: